To begin with, students shouldn’t wear uniforms because it violates a student’s right for freedom. For example, quoting, “https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/school-uniforms/” by Marian Wilde, “School uniforms violate a student’s right to freedom of expression...makes a target for bullies from other schools, are difficult to enforce in public schools, and are a financial burden for poor families.” This means that some families aren’t able to afford the school uniforms. Which, leads to many students getting bullied for not having uniforms like their
When you see a school with uniforms what do you usually think well I mean as a student, most likely you were like “why, that 's going to be boring I don 't want to have someone else to choose my clothes” or something on the line of that but my point is uniforms are boring. School uniforms make the students feel less unique for example if I had a uniform i would feel uncomfortable because I would be forced to take off my jacket and that 's something that feels weird without a jacket I feel cold constantly and that’s just bad for me i 'll be freezing all day and my teachers wouldn 't let me do anything about it. Not only is it a bland style it also gets rid of the uniqueness of the students everyone has a style some
One reason students from all ages should not wear uniform is lack of expression. greatschools.org by Marian Wilde said... “when a student was sent to detention for wearing socks adorned with the image of winnie the pooh’s friend tigger, the girls family sued the school district for violated her freedom of speech.” This means that kids don 't have a say when they go to school because they have school uniform. The effect on this is that kids will either want to come to school. Another reason is because students will be nervous for school everyday. That why students should not wear uniform. In conclusion uniforms is a bad idea.
School uniforms do not keep students from expressing themselves, because what they wear is not the only outlet for their expression.
How many times in your life were you stopped from doing what you want to do? Well, many students around the world sacrifice all 5, or even 6 days a week to wear the uncomfortable school uniforms for approximately 3 to 15 years of their life. Ties, buttons, thick textured clothing, socks, shoes and even hairstyles with chosen colour; schools with mandatory system of wearing uniforms set these kinds of dress codes for students to wear whenever they attend classes. Remember the long dark pants and skirts with thick jackets and shirts that you had to put on every time you went to school? I am pretty sure you could relate to these students of how irritating those were and how you wanted to go home quick just to take the uniforms off back in those days. But, do you really think these were helpful for students for their school lives? Today, I’d like to talk to you about the problems of school uniforms; its’ exceedingly costly price, the unnecessity of it, and how it promotes conformity rather than individuality.
Have we ever walked into a room wearing a tshirt and shorts, while everyone around us is dressed up in extremely fancy clothes? It is awkward. We feel out of place. They stare at us with big eyes watching our every move.
The difficult choice is that there are no middle grounds. The decision can only be black and white. To have a uniform would create a more structured environment and makes most students feel comfortable delegating the decision of what to wear to the institutions. To not worry about fitting in based on clothing is weight that is lifted off one’s shoulders. Even though most student may disagree with the conformality of dressing alike, accessorizing never hurt anyone. In the future, hopefully, schools will make the switch to uniforms and see the school environment
Two, by wearing school uniforms it can create a positive culture and climate on campus, instead of be rude, disrespectful and all riled up. Lastly, by wearing school uniforms this can end the feud between the rich and poor, because everyone would be dressed the same. So all people should start caring about what their children are wearing to school and possibly think about a school that has a good environment and have school uniforms. This matters because school uniforms will create a great environmental future for all
You might be thinking about the schools that rich kids go to in movies and TV shows or you might be thinking about Catholic schools with small children all wearing the same colored school uniforms. This is probably what most people imagine. We associate uniforms with students of foreign countries and private schools. Thoughts of students dressing in school uniforms have led to stereotyping and a gloomy outlook on schools pushing for a uniform policy. We live in a society that says you must express yourself and be an individual at all cost, but some fear that uniforms display us as robots who lack the ability to express ourselves, however, this is far from the truth. School uniforms give students a sense of unity because they feel like they can fit in without fear of being too different. Making a dress uniform mandatory will decrease sexual harassment, create more interesting humans and make schools safer.
School uniforms could eliminate all competitions, or even the feeling of low self-esteem stemming from the perception that some are more or less inadequate than others. School uniforms could even terminate the hierarchy that over runs schools all together. Though it may seem school uniforms fix problems and are generally regarded as a “good thing”, not all share in the enthusiasm. According to the article, Individuality vs. Conformity: The Issue Behind School Uniforms, there is an argument against school uniforms that states, “...forcing a uniform on students limits the choices they can exercise in this aspect of growing up and rebelling against authority...(Caruso, P. (1996)).” Do uniforms correct faulty behavior or increase the risk of creating it? It seems there is no quick fix to behavioral problems, but school uniforms could offer a chance at eliminating certain behavioral rebellions, angry outbursts, classroom disruptions, etc… Nothing is 100%, not even uniforms are perfect, but they are a step in the right direction for taking behavioral delinquency into control and slowly poke holes through the rugged armor it has acquired. The same can not be said for school violence. It is not something one should take lightly, especially when it comes to
Envision waking up every morning to put on the same outfit and walk out the door, stress free. People would not have to worry about what fits, or what is fashionable at the time. Schools would not have to worry about inappropriate clothing but at the same time, that clothing may be a way for a student to express himself. Many schools view uniforms as a solution to several problems, but many schools view uniforms as a lack of self expression. School uniforms should continue, even though children may not get to express themselves, because they prohibit violence, provide cheaper lifestyles, and promote better education.
Having a uniform has advantages and disadvantages, but the advantages are more favourable. Not everything is perfect as there are disadvantages that make uniforms undesirable, but the advantages are reasonable. Public schools should be required to wear uniforms as it unifies the student body, makes it easier for the student, and is financially logical in the long
Parents say that school uniforms are the cheapest articles of clothing around. Let’s say a not well-to-do family with children of varying ages, sizes, genders and tastes. Each must have enough clothes to last the week. Also of
“Uniforms sends a message and remind students that they are in school. One element of the message that when students are going to school that is their place of work” a quote taken from Joe Palumbo, the Co-Principal of Newacomb Academy. School uniforms create an identity for a school because without them there would be more difficulty in students to maintain school rules, and school uniforms teach students to dress properly and take pride in their appearance. One purpose of a school uniform is for identification and people will be able to distinguish which school students go to based on type of clothing they wear. I strongly believe that school uniforms should not be banned from schools because they are cost-efficient, promote equality among
For many decades, there have been thousands of arguments about whether university students should be made to wear uniforms or not. This is a combative and much-debated question that occurred amongst the University and others social circle. Example like at Pakistan, England, and the countries that all around the world. This question had been considering as the most debate question in around all the university. While in Malaysia, this problem also occurs in school systems for many years. There have many opinions about college students should wear uniforms or not. It depends on what the people think about it because everyone got a different view. Therefore will have many different opinions. But in my opinion, I think that college students should